Follow the steps below to add your grading scheme for the appraisal form.
 Click Appraisal form in the menu at the top.
 Click New exercise, fill in a title and click Save.
 Click New question and fill in the question description.
 It is optional to fill in a grading description. This is a solution for the reviewers (and for students when published). The grading description can be an extensive elaboration, an image, or a file.
 Click the dropdown button Grading method and choose your method (See grading methods below)
 Click the more_verticon for various options.
 Click Save.
Grading methods:
 Points per criterion:


 Click Save and click the addicon.
 Fill in the criterion description, set the number of points and click Save.
 Repeat this for all criteria
 Click the more_horizicon and click Edit.
 You can use the Calculate pointsbutton to calculate the maximum points. The points of all the criteria will be summed up automatically.
Or You can manually set the maximum number of points.
 Slider:
 Set the maximum number of points.
 Set the maximum number of points.
 Rubrics with levels:
 Click Save and click the addicon.
 Fill in the name of the level and fill in the level description.
 Set the number of points and click Save.
 Repeat this for all criteria
 Click the more_horizicon and click Edit.
 Set the weight of the levels.
 You can use the Calculate pointsbutton to calculate the maximum points. The points of all the criteria will be summed up automatically. Alternatively, you can manually set the maximum number of points.

Options:
 Bonus
This marks the question as a bonus question.  Skippable
This question will not be taken into account for the grades of exempt students.  Partial scoring
Students will get points when their answer is partly correct. For example, the total number of points they can get for this question is 2 and their answer is half correct, they will get 1 point. Without this option, they only can get 0 or the maximum number of points.
What’s next
Now you have added the grading scheme, you can review students.
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